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The Little Dessert Cookbook
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The Little Dessert Cookbook authored by Health-Supportive Chef and Vintage Cookbook Collector Laura Crotty and will be our first product under the Broiled Grapefruit brand name. Featuring an Introduction by Celebrity Chef and multiple James Beard Award recipient Tom Douglas this cookbook takes classic dessert recipes and brings them into the current century with a fresh twist. Recipes such as Ruth Wakefield’s 1937 Toll House Chocolate Chip Cookies, Betty Crocker’s 1975 Bourbon Balls and Hershey’s 1934 Chocolate Cake are updated to be Vegan, and many are Gluten-Free as well. Enjoy a walk down memory lane with this very special book published by Makin Books Publishing and begin sharing these Classic Revised Desserts with family and friends.






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FOR LUNCHWell, your presentation of food is always inspiring me and if you think todays picture was nice, then its the greatest compliment I have ever getThank you so much for reading, and till next time!Taro Tapioca Dessert Soup PrintPrep Time10 minsCook Time50 minsTotal Time1 hrs Course: Dessert Servings: 6 Ingredients 1.5 lb Satoimo (Japanese Taro) (1.5 lb = about 7 taro roots) (or Chinese taro root) cup tiny tapioca balls 1 can coconut milk (1 can = 13.5 fl oz) (or could be more depending on how loose you want your soup to be) 1 cup granulated sugar (adjust the amount according to the extra coconut milk you add)InstructionsPeel and cut taro root into inch pieces.In a medium saucepan, put 4 cups of water and taro and bring it to a boilThank you for sharing and I will be sure to check out Cindys blogI was totally missing out this great dessertYummy Inspirations March 8, 2012 at 7:49 pm Reply What an interesting pudding! Have pinned it! marty davis March 8, 2012 at 8:36 pm Reply I made this 25-30 years ago & called it pistachio torteI think it will even go with my plating aboveJune is dairymonth, and events are happening all over70 Reply to Nami'> Reply Biren Roti n Rice May 20, 2011 at 7:11 pm That looks like a simple but tasty dessertTHey are so cute!!btw, i tried out your jap curry recipe and LOVEd it

Im now curious of semolina pudding! 66 Reply to Nami'> Reply The Farmers Wife May 20, 2011 at 2:15 pm This looks so good! Tapioca is one of my Hubbys favorite desserts and I love trying it in new and different waysLOL.62 Reply to Nami'> Reply Lyn May 20, 2011 at 12:44 pm Congrats on your awards! Your dessert bowls are so cute! I must try this taro dessert! The traditional taro paste dessert is more sticky (thick), with gingko nuts and coconut milk and I love that! 18 Reply to Lyn'> Reply Nami May 23, 2011 at 12:15 am Thank you Lyn! This was sort of sticky and thick if I dont put a lot of coconut milk, but what you are talking about can be very different one.65 Reply to Nami'> Reply Kath (My Funny Little Life) May 20, 2011 at 1:01 pm I must admit that this soup looks *very* outlandish to meThank you!!58 Reply to Nami'> Reply Cindy May 20, 2011 at 8:23 am Nami I woke up with so many comments in my email inbox! Thank you so much for the mention and I truly enjoy the wonderful friendship weve developed through food blogging! Honestly your photos look amazing, and I always love that you tirelessly snap photos of the cooking process (I dont seem to have the patience for that&) Have a wonderful time at your Staycation! Houston is starting to get our Summer season back and we really should go else where on vacation for a few month also!15 Reply to Cindy'> Reply Nami May 22, 2011 at 11:55 pm Hi Cindy! Haha, Im so happy!! Im enjoying our friendship too! Well& it is taking a lot of time to do step-by-step, but thats the only way to convince people that its easy to cookOne more step Please complete the security check to access www.copykat.com Its important toIf I have to cook some food that Im not familiar (like baking), I must follow a step-by-step picture&otherwise I dont even know if Im doing right! HeheeThis idyllic island off the coast of Georgia is … Read More.Jan 21Chick Egg Custard Tarts for Chinese New YearHappy Year of the Rooster! Saturday,January 28is the first day of the lunar new year and my family in Hong Kong will be celebrating with a lot of … Read More.Jan 19Italian Cherry Tart and Nonna Box ReviewIt's way past Christmas but I still feel like I'm opening presentsThis looks delicious.and I love your dishes!22 Reply to Kate (Kate from Scratch)'> Reply Nami May 23, 2011 at 12:26 am Thank you Kate for visiting my site! Haha at least we all now cook and eat much healthier food

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